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Know the Enemy Daily Links 9/15: Extra point rule change makes kicks no longer automatic

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AFC West

Denver Broncos

Broncos vs Ravens: The No Bull review - Mile High Report
The Denver Broncos faced that Baltimore Ravens at home to start week 1 on of the 2015 NFL season. Sadaraine breaks down his thoughts on the game, player take-aways, and no bull analysis for you to chew on in the comments.

Owen Daniels: Broncos offense is Gary Kubiak's playbook, but at Peyton Manning's tempo - Mile High Report
This may take some time getting used to.

San Diego Chargers

Scouting Trip: How good are the Cincinnati Bengals? - Bolts From The Blue
What do we know about this Cincinnati Bengals team and how they match up to the San Diego Chargers? Not much.

Breaking Down the "Committee": Evaluating the San Diego Chargers Running Backs - Bolts From The Blue
Sunday marked the first time Melvin Gordon, Danny Woodhead, and Branden Oliver took the field together in a game that actually counted. Check out how the trio fared on Sunday.

Kansas City Chiefs

The Chiefs mad scientist Bob Sutton is at it again vs. the Texans - Arrowhead Pride
Chiefs defensive coordinator Bob Sutton puts great players in great positions to succeed. Here's how.

NFL power rankings 2015 have Kansas City Chiefs as a top 5 team - Arrowhead Pride


NFL injuries: Teams know how to get players back on field - The Cauldron -
As injuries mount in the preseason and Week 1, a former NFL player reflects on how teams push players back onto the field.

NFL kickers are 71-for-75 on extra points through Week One | ProFootballTalk
Extra points are still easy for NFL kickers. But they're no longer automatic. In Week One, NFL kickers went a combined 71-for-75 on the new, longer extra points, a conversion rate of 94.7 percent. That's still very high, but it's not automatic the way extra points used to be.